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Old Pickup rims on My 98 3.4

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by skipperducker, Apr 26, 2013.

  1. skipperducker

    skipperducker [OP] Active Member

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    I have acquired a set of the old steel rims from a '91 pickup. I've got a set of BFG A/T tires the same size as stock to mount on them. The fellow I bought the rims from said that the wheel nuts on my stock rims wouldn't fit the older rims. He has worked on Toyota pickups for over 20 years, so I believe him, but he is on vacation right now.

    What wheel nuts do I need to use with the old rims?
     
  2. vtrguy

    vtrguy Well-Known Member

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    are the rims hub or lug centric?

    I see no reason to switch over to a different lug unless it's a different size hole size.

    Throw them on there and check for clearance and see what interference there might be
     
  3. skipperducker

    skipperducker [OP] Active Member

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    Will try when I get my new bfg a/t mounted on them, thanks!

    And they are the hub..
     
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